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I can't reproduce your problem: Maybe Siri thinks you're trying to voice dial. Actually, maybe you don't have Siri on, as voice dialing appears to be enabled by default when you turn Siri Off.


try using the word "LAUNCH" instead of turn-on. She was able to turn on my flashlight app.


Ok I got it working with the awesome tweak Assistant+. You just need to set the voice command you wan't to say, and then you can type the shell command to execute. It costs 1.99$ on cydia


Here is a sample script for uses with Voice recognition. You can modify it to your liking. with timeout of 2629743 seconds set exitApp to "no" repeat while exitApp is "no" tell application "SpeechRecognitionServer" -- <callout id="code.osx-voice-automation.scpt.speechrecognizer"/> activate try ...


My son's name is spelled Zach… and not Zack as Siri likes to do… here's how to fix it. Open the contact for this person, press the Edit button, scroll to the bottom and press "+" next to Add Field, select Nickname. Here type in the spelling that you want Siri to use. Press the Done button and try Siri again.


The @ is the at sign for siri according to this unofficial guide: http://www.siriuserguide.com/siri-dictation-guide/ I don't see any official Apple resource but this wikipedia article documenting the Basic Latin Unicode block (which also maps directly to ASCII text) has english pronunciation that works well with Siri. The things I can't get to work from ...


You would start by quitting all the running apps on your phone: iOS: Force an app to close http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5137 Double-click the Home button. Swipe left or right until you have located the app you wish to close. Swipe the app up to close it. When you have done that restart the phone and test the issue again: iOS: Turning off and on ...


Are you sure your internal microphone is working? Try recording a voice memo using internal mic and see if it actually records anything.


do you have any tweaks or something that works with bluetooth, and or the mic? to rule out jailbreak, turn off your phone and turn it back on while holding the volume up button, this disables all the jailbreak tweaks... like a safe mode, if siri works fine, then you know it has something to do with your JB if not? then it has something to do with your OS

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